Bobby & Ruth Martin

Evangelist/Lead Pastors
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Bobby’s lifestyle didn't reflect the way he was raised. He was from a Christian family and his father Rev. Sudhir Martin was well known Pastor in the city. But Bobby didn't want anything to do with the church. From the age of 16 Bobby got involved in criminal activities like beating up people, throwing people out of their houses and working for the politicians etc. For few years Bobby led a life of crimes. But the thrill of it was short-lived and he became unhappy.

As Bobby struggled with his feelings of unhappiness- a director of YFC visited his home and gave him an invitation to a youth camp and last night of that camp he had an encounter with Jesus. It was 9th June 1995 Bobby gave his life to God and from that day onwards- he is a different person. He had experienced Jesus Christ in a personal way and wanted to live his life for Him. He began going to church and wanted to know more about God. But because of his bad reputation from his past people from the church weren't sure if he had really changed. God’s presence comforted Bobby and kept him strong in his faith- even when times were difficult. Slowly people started realizing that he has changed his ways.  

Today, Bobby is truly a changed man. His life of crime is over and the feelings of anger and hate are gone. God has taught him that because of Christ’s love for him he can love and be a blessing to others. After finishing his Bible training in 1998 Bobby came into ministry. Today Bobby is in full time ministry serving God as an Evangelist/Pastor

 

Bobby Martin travels around the world with a burning passion to preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ to all nations. Outstanding healings, signs and wonders happen in every ministry events.

 

Bobby is married to Ruth and God has blessed them with two beautiful daughters Bethany and Prisca.

 

Bobby and Ruth are the Evangelist/Lead Pastors of  Church called 'Connect Church' in South Auckland, New Zealand.

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